Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Capturing exceptional photos requires the ability to spot great photo opportunities – as well as knowledge on how to bring those opportunities to life. If you are looking for some ways to strengthen the impact of your photography, there are a few details that you shouldn’t overlook. Incorporating these details into your photos will help you to create visually strong images – and can help you to make the most of golden photo opportunities, when you have them!
Learn to create high constract sharp photographic images.
Easy trick to make your photo look better very fast.
Reflective objects could be a real pain to photograph. In this tutorial, we explain the basic physics of light by demonstrating in a video how to create a superb image with minimalistic equipment.
This photography tutorial explains what elements are important when attempting to take high school senior portraits and how to approach a client engagement.
Creating high dynamic range photography from start to finish.
In this tutorial I will teach you how to add to your photos to make them look better than ever. What I’m about to teach you could help you create a professional looking photo. This is also very good preparation for photo manipulations.
In episode 7 of the Within the Frame podcast series, author David duChemin critiques a beautiful image of a golf course, explains why a photograph is or is not compelling, and shares a plug-in that will enhance your image viewing experience on Flickr.
This technique offers superior midtone contrast than Photoshop’s merge to HDR automated feature.
Light is the most crucial part of a good photo. Not the camera, not the photographer, but light. And natural lighting is definitely the best way to go, but if you lack natural lighting, then you can use flash to compensate. Here I will illustrate how using flash can make or break a photograph in this short tutorial.
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